Jason Sudeikis said his in Ted Lasso Soccer coach role was not originally intended to have an infinitely optimistic personality.
In an interview with
The Guardian , released online Sunday, the We’re the Millers cast explained on Apple TV+ series, his original Ted Lasso for comedy skits was much more “warrior”.
The first season of the show debuted at 2020 about a complex There is a political landscape and elections at the same time. After examining “the culture we live in,” Sudeikis decided to completely change the way the character was portrayed.
“I’m not very active online, it even affects me,” says the Fool’s Paradise actor “And then you Donald Trump coming down the escalator. I was like, ‘Well, this is stupid,’ and then he What is unlocked in people.”
Sudeikis, who with his Ted Lasso
, who attended a White House press briefing in March to discuss mental health awareness, said before the show’s premiere that he “hates people not listening to each other,” and decided He didn’t want any resemblance in the behavior of the characters.
“Things are getting very binary and I don’t think that’s the way the world works,” Horrible Bosses added the actor. “And, as a new parent — our son Otis 15 — it’s like, ‘Boy, I don’t want to add To that. Yeah, I just don’t want to paint it.”
The third, and last, as claimed by Sudeikis, Ted Lasso season debuts on Apple TV+ in March .